Beaches in Yaiza

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Beaches in Yaiza

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  • freddiedoncaster
    Stockton-on-Tees, UK2,429 contributions
    We took a walk here whilst staying in Lanzarote.It seemed like ages, but we eventually arrived to find this idyllic beach.Very small and clean, but so so peaceful.
    After spending a couple of hours here, we ambled across to the nearby bar for a snack.p,which was also good.
    All in all a morning well spent.
    Written 4 September 2019
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  • Sorcha
    Belfast, UK110 contributions
    This has become more popular in the last 15 years, but note, you will find folks here who prefer to sunbathe in the nude :) The waves here can be very very powerful, and the undertow very dangerous, so most people either just sunbathe, or wander along the beach looking for fragments of peridot, or play in the very edges of the surf as it runs up the beach (it can still knock you off your feet). It is possible to go swimming here when it's utterly calm, but you do have to be aware of the sea conditions.
    There are no amenities whatsoever.
    One of my favourite beaches on Lanzarote.
    Written 29 November 2018
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  • David D
    Devon, UK16,131 contributions
    Thursday 13th January and we were travelling from Salinas de Jaubio to El Golfo on LZ - 703. Along the way we visited this rather remote beach on southwest coast of the island.

    We parked up at the parking area at the side of the road.

    It is a picturesque area with the most striking feature being Montaña Bermeja. The red coloured mountain stands at 160 metres and dominates the skyline. The beach sits at the foot of the mountain.

    The beach with it's black volcanic sand and gravel stretches for 455 metres along the coast and is 70 metres at it's widest point. It is surrounded by rocks and a rugged coastline

    Towards the back of the beach was a lagoon, fed by the sea at high tide.

    There are signs on the beach advising visitors no to swim in the sea as it is dangerous due to strong waves. Despite the warnings, when we visited, people were in the sea.

    Definitely worth a quick visit for the scenery, not a beach to spend a day at.
    Written 20 February 2022
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  • Katherine Bee
    Prague, Czech Republic27 contributions
    During our tour in NP Timanfaya, we also visited this beach. It was stunning.. black sand with dark blue sea ♥
    Must say that this one is not for swimming, the waves are really high in there. But this place is great for chilling by the beach.
    Nothing more than pure nature itself. :)
    Written 9 January 2022
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